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This home owner has been living in their home for a year and is really concerned about mold and health effects. They are also aware of water leaking in the front of the home.
Knowing it will leak again on each rain, they are ready for a permanent solution.
Correcting the drainage, installing a vapor barrier, foaming the joist, and a sump pump system took care of this family's concerns.
Moisture and humidity controlled. Unconditioned air stays out and conditioned air stays in.
When you purchase a home you want to be able to enjoy ALL of the rooms, the entire house, not just some of them.
Looks like someone had made an attempt to insulate the attic of this Clarksville home. However the small holes for lights and wires were not sealed and the insulation did not reach the entire length of the home. Likely the shoot that was used could not get tot he far ends or awkward spaces. The duct work for the heating an cooling unit ran through this space, so the temperature of the conditioned air changed significantly before reaching the far bedrooms and family room.
Frontier was able to Air Seal and Insulate 'traditional' attic assembly by closing all accessible penetrations and top plates using expanding polyurethane foam and
then blowing in TruSoft cellulose insulation.
This Paducha Kentucky home was poorly insulated. Controlling humidity and temperature was difficult and frustrating for the family.
Sealing all air leaks and properly insulating from top (attic) to bottom (crawl space) protects the home from outside temperatures and humidity.
Encapsulating the crawl space and attic helped the family regain control of their home.
This custom built home in Cedar Grove TN looks beautiful however the family was having trouble keeping back bedrooms comfortable. Floors above the crawl space were colder than other areas of the house. Making this home more enerfy efficient was important to the home owner.